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Explorers of Canada

Roy Gurney

Explorers of Canada

by Roy Gurney

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  • 9 Currently reading

Published by Quaker Press in Lindsay, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Postage stamps -- Canada.,
  • Explorers -- Canada -- Biography.,
  • America -- Discovery and exploration.,
  • Canada -- Discovery and exploration

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Roy Gurney.
    SeriesPhilatelist"s view of Canada -- no. 14-16
    ContributionsGurney, Roy (autograph)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20803475M

    Explorer: Nationality: Achievement: Around Leif Ericson: Norse: First European to reach North American Mainland: Marco Polo: Italian: Traveled to the Far East, to what was known then as Cathay or China-Made men want to travel there through his book: Prince Henry: Portuguese. The Portuguese João Fernandes Lavrador () reached Labrador and Newfoundland first, but John Cabot (c. –) an Italian explorer, claimed Newfoundland for the English king. Canada was discovered by the French Jacques Cartier ().

      “The Explorers” by Martin Dugard, published by Simon and Schuster. Category – Biography/Philosophy Publication Date – J Martin Dugard has put together a fantastic book about explorers and what he believes it took and takes to enter into the unknown/5(83). Explorers of Canada Portfolio (Missing James Cook) with Biographies Book produced by Shell Canada - 15 Ave, Wainwright, Alberta, T9W 1L5, Canada Previewing Details.

    The Explorers Club is partnering with Reach the World and Exploring by the Seat of Your Pants to connect youth and ocean explorers during World Oceans Week. Dive into the Titanic with Explorers Club member Bretton Hunchak, join a shark feeding at Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, and ask aquanaut Fabien Cousteau questions about living underwater. Digital Books. Expand your lesson with these digital books about explorers, including what they ate, navigation techniques and much more! Eyewitness: Explorer; Eye Wonder: Explorer; Art Activities. Use fun art activities to help students learn about explorers and test their math skills! Set Design for "Pilgrims of Plymouth" Math Activities.


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25 rows  Follow in the footsteps of some of Canada's greatest explorers in this high-interest series. Each title chronicles the timeline Explorers of Canada book an explorer, explains the motivation behind their journey, and examines their relationship with Indigenous Peoples.

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Subcategories. This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total. B Explorers of British Columbia‎ (69 P) M Jacques Marquette‎ (8 P) Pages in category "Explorers of Canada". Written by Nelle Oosterom. — Posted March 4, Our experts have weighed in with their choices for Canada’s Greatest Explorer — Samuel de Champlain, Robert Bylot, Alexander Mackenzie, David Thompson and Lady Jane Franklin.

Canada's Greatest Explorers Alexander Mackenzie. A hardy Scot who boldly crossed an unmapped continent. If there is one brawny, clear-eyed lad David Thompson. The fur trader who mapped most of Canada. To champion David Thompson as Canada’s greatest.

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Explorers of Canada. Follow in the footsteps of some of Canada's greatest explorers in this high-interest series. Each title chronicles the timeline of an explorer, explains the motivation behind their journey, and examines their relationship with Indigenous Peoples.

David Thompson navigated the entire length of Columbia River in This map of the Columbia and its tributaries shows modern political boundaries. After the general meeting inThompson travelled to Rocky Mountain House and prepared for an expedition to follow the Columbia River to the Pacific.

Get this from a library. Native people and explorers of Canada. [Daniel Conner; Doreen Bethune-Johnson] -- Maffa Elias, a Copper Inuit, and Laurie Lewis, a coastal Indian, describe the lives of their people today and how it was before explorers came.

Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. See also the broader Category:Explorers of Canada for explorers from other countries who explored Canada. Pages in category "Canadian explorers" The following 78 pages are in this category, out of 78 total.

This list may not reflect recent changes. Pierre Allemand; Rudolph Martin Anderson. World explorers. Examines the explorations of Sir Alexander Mackenzie in Canada. Mackenzie, Alexander, -- -- Juvenile literature. Mackenzie, Alexander, -- English explorer Henry Hudson explored what is now New York and northeastern Canada.

Today he has both a river and bay named after him (–11). Abel Tasman is the first known European to sight the islands of Tasmania, New Zealand, and Fiji (–43). Jane Yealland is a research associate at the Centre for Studies in Primary Care at Queen's University.

Together with her friend and collaborator Ann-Maureen Owens, Jane is the co-author of the popular children's information books: Forts of Canada, The Kids Book of Canadian Exploration and Our Flag: The Story of Canada's Maple Leaf/5(10).

The following is a list of explorers of that part of Canada which would later become the province of British Columbia. In terms of exploration, British Columbia was possessed of distinct peculiarities relative to other parts of British North the first place, unlike eastern North America or the Prairies, Great Britain's major competition for establishing sovereignty in the region.

Kids Books of From Native peoples in search of new hunting grounds to European fishermen out for bigger catches, explorers were drawn to Canada for many reasons.

They discovered a vast and mysterious land that took hundreds of years to explore and map. But the story of Canadian exploration is about a lot more than mapping wilderness.

In the beginning, it was about finding that elusive trade route to Asia. Then it was the glory of making history. These explorers all have their own listing in the history books. However, changing. Canadian history is not just American history lite. We have had our own struggles.

It's always been a clash of cultures, language, and geography. In this video we talk about some early explorers. The Young Explorers Program encourages and facilitates the spirit of exploration through the pursuit of science, art, and conservation.

The program aims to encourage personal growth for young people who will benefit from direct experience, academic study, cultural exchange, and connecting with the Adventure Canada and Explorers Club community.Get this from a library!

Samuel de Champlain, explorer of Canada. [Harold Faber] -- Biography of Samuel de Champlain, called "the father of New France," the explorer of the country now known as Canada.Jacques Cartier, Samuel De Champlain and the Explorers of Canada (World Explorers) by Tony Coulter and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Jacques Cartier, Samuel De Champlain and the Explorers of Canada World Explorers by Coulter, Tony - AbeBooks.